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What strike action means for University business

4 February 2014

Strike action has been called nationally by the recognised trades unions at Sussex for Thursday (6 February).


£1.15m ESRC grant awarded for income inequality project

31 January 2014

Two Sussex academics have been awarded a 1.15 million-pound grant by the (ESRC) for their project into world inequality.


Art historian helps BBC tell story of train travel

27 January 2014

Sussex art historian Alexandra Loske will be making a guest appearance in the BBC Two TV series 'Great British Railway Journeys' this Fri (31 Jan).


Sussex creates new scholarships for high fliers

24 January 2014

The University of Sussex has created new, merit-based scholarships for students who get at least three A grades at A-level.


Revised webpage for University’s Research Centres

15 January 2014

A revised webpage showcasing the University’s Research Centres went live today.


Cultural historian pulls back the duvet to reveal changes in the British family home

14 January 2014

University of Sussex cultural historian Professor Ben Highmore invites readers back through their own front doors for his new book.


Sussex sustains financial support for students despite government funding changes

20 December 2013

The University has confirmed it is not changing financial support to students, despite a reduction in national government funding for scholarships.


The Students' Union's review of 2013

19 December 2013

This round-up of how the Students' Union spent the year making student life better and some of the year's big events.


Sussex online journal calls for papers on 'boundaries'

11 December 2013

Interdisciplinary journal Excursions invites submissions that engage with a variety of interpretations of the concept of boundaries.


Souvenirs, legacies and a little town called Bethlehem

5 December 2013

Historian Dr Jacob Norris offers new insights into the “little town” with a global reputation in the cover story for magazine History Today.


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